This year marks the 20th anniversary of National Corndog Day, a movable feast celebrated not on a specific date, but the first Saturday of March Madness—which refers to college basketball, for those who don't follow that religion.
All our talk about pink slime brought up a lot of questions—but what about answers? This week we can discuss it with the experts at the Good Food Festival and chef/author Jennifer McLagan, who wrote the new book Odd Bits: How to Cook the Rest of the Animal. Then from pink to green, St.
This Sunday marks the one year anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan—but they hit on a Friday afternoon, so I'm thinking about them today. You may remember I visited recently, at the invitation of their government, to take a culinary tour of the recovery areas.
Pink slime—the infamous ammonia-treated ground beef, rejected by fast food restaurants including McDonald's, Burger King, and Taco Bell—is back in the news this week, with reports that the USDA is planning to buy 7 million pounds for the National School Lunch Program.Try to digest that for a bit the